See the Sun go Down on Galway Bay
The words, “If you ever go across the sea to Ireland” … instantly make one think of Galway, the port city on the Irish west coast.
A wild, westerly wind sweeps straight off the Atlantic Ocean and over the land, edged with an Arctic Circle chill. Wind-proof jackets take top priority when it comes to keeping locals and visitors warm, so much so they have almost reached uniform status.
None can equal McDonagh’s in Galway’s Quay Street for a delicious fish-and-chips meal after a day out in the Irish westerly wind. A traditional, family run chippy since 1902, McDonagh’s has a marine-themed dining room and deli, always choc-a-block with customers at the end of the day. The wise come early. Bon apetite!